Following the challenge to Manmata, SrI KulaSEkhara is still worried about any sneaky approach by him. To ward off any such adversity, SrI KulaSEkhara appeals to his tongue to repeat the names of SrIman-nArAyaNa and HIS glories for protection. He explains to his mind the benefits of reciting the names and stories of SrIman-nArAyaNa. He appeals to his mind with folded hands to recite the auspicious names of SrIman-nArAyaNa.
The AzhvAr says to his tongue that SrIman-nArAyaNa’s names describe the Supreme beyond the supreme principle. (ParastAt param tattvam bruvANAni) and the Lord’s names are like the honey generating fruit for the sages. (SatAm madhu ksharanti phalAni iva). Such are the wonderful traits of the names associated with SrIman-nArAyaNa’s deeds. (SrIman nArAyaNa gOcarANi nAmAni)
Commentary by: Sri Oppiliappan Koil VaradAchAri Sadagopan